Friday, April 19, 2019
Good morning, 413. Welcome to your Friday ... as of this writing, it's T-minus seven hours and 23 minutes until quitting time. Yabba dabba do!
Until your weekend begins, we have these news stories to enrich your day:
A number of rabbis are urging Passover seder planners not to cross the picket line at the region's Stop & Shops, where many people typically stock up on kosher foods for the holiday. Cross the picket line, and you stray into the realm of the un-kosher, they intone. Let us pray for the contract impasse to pass.
A builder of tiny houses is moving south from North Adams to Adams.
The Adams Select Board ran afoul of the state open meeting law, according to a recent decision from the state Attorney General's Office.
There's a new launching spot on the Housatonic River next to the Division Street Bridge that will make it easier to get onto the water at a stretch that is teeming with wildlife.
And don't miss these other headlines ...
GAME ON: Staff writer Bob Dunn returns from Pax East with mad gaming knowledge and what to expect for the coming year.
A HISTORIC NEW BOSS: Lesley Herzberg is the new executive director at the Berkshire County Historical Society at Herman Melville's Arrowhead.
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P.S. In case you're a fan of jiu jitsu or mixed martial arts, world champ Demian Maia will be teaching in Lenox on Saturday. Yes, that's correct, world class training right here in the Berkshires.